Abstracts - Alphabetical on Title

  1. A fresh look at model selection in inverse scattering V. A. MACAULAY and B. Buck
  2. A Maximum Entropy Method of Reconciling Inconsistent Marginal PDFs STEPHEN P. LUTTRELL
  3. Approximate Linear Models B. BUCK and V. A. Macaulay
  4. Are the samples doped, and if so by how much? ANTHONY J. M. GARRETT
  5. AutoClass --- a Bayesian approach to Classification JOHN STUTZ, Peter Cheeseman, Robin Hanson and Will Taylor
  6. Basis Function Selection using Bayesian Inference for Nonlinear System Identification V.KADIRKAMANATHAN
  7. Bayesian Comparison of Models for Images Alex H BARNETT, J C MacKay
  8. Bayesian Estimate of Mineral Distributions in Crushed Ore VLADIMIR NEDELJKOVIC and Neil Pendock
  9. Density Networks DAVID J C MACKAY
  10. Enhancing Noisy Speech by Recursive Identification of Multiple Vocal Tract Models M.NIRANKAN and W.J.Fitzgerald
  11. Entropies for Continua: Fluids and Magnetofluids D. MONTGOMERY, X. Shan and W.H. Matthaeus
  12. Estimating atomic positions from scanning tunneling microscopy images by means of the Maximum Entropy approach S.D. BÖHMIG, M. Schmid and H. Störi
  13. Estimation of Gaussian parameters in the Neighborhood of No Data CARLOS C. RODRIGUEZ
  14. Evolution review of BayesCalc, a Mathematica package for doing Bayesian calculations P. DESMEDT, K. Thielemans, I.Lemahieu
  15. Flow and diffusion images from Bayesian spectral analysis of motion-encoded NMR data E.J.FORDHAM
  16. Function estimation: MaxEnt and beyond JOHN SKILLING
  17. Gravitational Lens Inversion Using the Maximum Entropy Method SYLVANIE WALLINGTON
  18. High Resolution Imaging from Infrared Astronomy Satellite (IRAS) YU CAO
  19. Hypothesis Refinement G. A. Vignaux and BERNARD ROBERTSON
  20. Indifference, Independence and MaxEnt MANFRED SCHRAMM and Michael Greiner
  21. Inference in Forensic Science IAN W. EVETT
  22. Jaynes-Cummings hamiltonian with a Kerr-like medium J.L. Gruver, J. Aliaga, H. Cerdeira and A.N. PROTO
  23. Massive Inference SIBUSISO SIBISI
  24. Maximum Entropy and Average Error Rates in Digital Communication Systems F.SOLMS, J.S. Kunicki and P.G.W. van Rooyen
  25. Maximum Entropy and Performance Analysis of Spread Spectrum Multiple Access Systems F.SOLMS, P.G.W. van Rooyen and J.S. Kunicki
  26. Maximum Entropy and the Black Object Neil Pendock, PETER FRIDJHON and Michael Sears
  27. Maximum Entropy in Small-Angle Scattering STEEN HANSEN
  28. Maximum Entropy Inversion of data sets from Subsurface Resistivity Surveying SZYMANSKI, J.E., Tsourlos, P. and Dittmer, J.K.
  29. Maximum Entropy Multi-resolution EM Tomography by Adaptive Subdivision LI-HE ZOU, Zhengrong Wang, and Louis E. Roemer
  30. MRI Scan Time Reduction through Non-Uniform Sampling and Edge Distribution Modelling G.J. MARSEILLE, R. de Beer, M.Fuderer A.F Mehlkopf and D. van Ormondt
  31. New Interpolation Models David J C MacKay and RYO TAKEUCHI
  32. Overlapping Decision Trees Stephen A. DELLA PIETRA and Vincent J. Della Pietra
  33. Partitioned mixture distributions STEPHEN P LUTTRELL
  34. Probability Theory As Logic Applied To Hypercomplex Two Dimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Data G. LARRY BRETTHORST
  35. Quantified Maximum Entropy and Biological EPR Spectra S.M. GLIDEWELL, B.A. Goodman and J. Skilling
  36. Relevance of Default Models on Maximum Entropy Regularization of Spectroscopy Data R. FISCHER, W. von der Linden and V. Dose
  37. Scale Invariant Markov Models for Bayesian Resolution of Inverse Problems Stéphane Brette, Jérôme Idier and ALI MOHAMMAD-DJAFARI
  38. Super Resolution in an Optical Confocal Microscope STEVE ISAKSON
  39. Speckle noise in optical fibre sensing: A study using the Maximum Entropy method L. Stergioulas, A. VOURDAS and G.R. Jones
  40. The adaptive cluster expansion STEPHEN P LUTTRELL
  41. The ``Beam In The Bin'' Experiment using ``Probability as Logic'' as a theory of cognition in a simple robotic experiment PIERRE BESSIERE, Eric Dedieu and Emmanuel Mazer
  42. The Determination of Nuclear Level Densities from Experimental Information B.J.Cole, N.J. DAVIDSON, H.G. Miller
  43. The hard truth Kenneth M. HANSON, Gregory S. Cunningham and David R. Wolf
  44. The maximum entropy algorithm applied to the two-dimensional random packing problem G.J.DANIELL
  45. The maximum entropy on the mean method, noise and sensitivity J.-F. BERCHER, G. Le Besnerais and G. Demoment
  46. The role of the Gregory-Loredo algorithm in astronomy:a Bayesian search strategy for a periodic or nonperiodic signal of unknown shape P. GREGORY and T.J. Loredo
  47. X-Ray Tomography: A MaxEnt Approach W.v.d.LINDEN, K.Ertl, and V.Dose
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